View Full Version : Google court order for removal, Chilling Effects itself also censored
When you google for "scientology-london.com", this appears at bottom:
Then when you click, chilling effects says this :*
What is this? Who was it from?*
06-12-2012, 08:34 PM
People can send C&D letters to them. You can search for them here: http://www.chillingeffects.org/search.cgi
I know that's obvious from the screenshots you posted, so I'll just add that I just searched using "www.scientology-london.com" and it said no results. Weird. This is relevant, though: http://www.chillingeffects.org/index.cgi
Not Good Department: http://www.chillingeffects.org/johndoe/
Excerpt: Recently, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has initiated similar "John Doe" lawsuits, alleging copyright infringement against hundreds of anonymous internet users at a time, and then issuing subpoenas to ISPs to connect names to IP addresses. Although the RIAA presents evidence of copyright infringement by some anonymous defendants in its court filings before it issues subpoenas, the RIAA subpoenas the names of far more defendants solely on the basis of its allegations. As in the case of message board subpoenas, some ISPs notify subscribers before identifying them, giving them a chance to object, but not all ISPs do so. The RIAA has been saving itself court costs by filing a single lawsuit against all alleged infringers who subscribe to the same ISP, regardless of the probable physical location of the alleged infringers; therefore, subscribers who are notified of a subpoena by their ISP and wish to object may be forced to interact with a court on the other side of the country. In short, subpeonas issued in "John Doe" lawsuits are shifting the burden to anonymous internet users to fight for their anonymity.
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